Tecware’s attendance at Computex 2019 is a surprise as they’ve only announced their exhibit by about 3 days before the start of Computex. They’re known for their cases and peripherals that are aimed for low to mid-budget gamers. With their popularity in the SEA market particularly in Malaysia, Philippines, and Singapore, Tecware takes up the Computex show floor to announce their upcoming products for Q3 2019.
Tecware Spectre Pro Mechanical Keyboard
The Tecware Phantom is about to get a bigger brother with their upcoming mechanical keyboard. The prototype of the Spectre pro mechanical keyboard has an eye-catching volume knob and a side glow RGB that wraps around the keyboard. The Spectre Pro has a detachable micro-USB cable and double shot ABS keycaps. The prototype uses a Kailh Red switch but the retail version will most likely have Outemu or Kailh Box variants.
Tecware Wraith Gaming Headset
Tecware finally completes its peripheral line-up by adding the upcoming Wraith Headset. It has a similar layout with the famous HyperX Cloud series. Unlike the plastic side on the Cloud, the Tecware Gaming Headset has a metal mesh with the Wraith logo in RGB lighting. It also features a detachable omnidirectional mic and an inline volume and mic mute via USB. The upcoming headset will have software which can control RGB lighting, EQ settings, and virtual 7.1 surround.
Tecware VXR with Vertical Mount and PCIe Riser
Tecware also showcased their Vertical Mount and PCIe riser. Tecware guarantees that its vertical mounting solution will be cheaper than the ones currently available on the market. Tecware will also bundle its flagship VXR case with its vertical mount accessory.
The Nexus line now has an updated 2019 model. The Nexus C has an improved internal layout with two SSD mounts on top of the PSU shroud as well as a cable grommet free design. The front of the panel is similar to the Fractal Define series that has a brushed front finish and airflow vents on the side.